May 5, 2016 RSS feed / Columns

Everyday Extension

Make your own honey barbeque sauce

Some of us claim to be pretty busy. But we’re all slackers compared with honey bees. Imagine yourself as a bee. More...

Off the Bookshelf

War Room

This week’s Off the Bookshelf selection is unique. “War Room” is a novelization by Chris Fabry, meaning it is a novel based on a motion picture; this one is by brothers Alex and Stephen Kendrick. More...

Looking Back

Water: Too Little or Too Much

I remember one day years ago when still a young lad that the summer calm broke with the sound of an intense, painful yelp coming from Gypsy, our English shepherd dog. More...

Food for Thought

Looking Forward to Flowers

Annuals and perennials are an excellent source of color and accent to North Dakota landscapes. Annuals are used for their continuous flower color throughout most of the growing season. More...

From the Heartland

The heartland will be back into sunny, warm spring weather this week with highs between 70 and 86 degrees and lows all above freezing— between 38 and 50 degrees. Showers are mentioned for the weekend. More...

Back In Time

10 YEARS AGO Kevin Rice of the Wizard’s put on a Basketball Camp at Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock Public School in June. Army Corps of Engineers says ‘yes’ to help pallid sturgeon to promote spawning of the endangered species. More...

Good News

from the Emmons County Ministerial Association

No one can have true happiness and peace unless they know their sins are forgiven and that they have assurance of eternal life with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. More...

Beef Talk

A Heads-up for a Dry Summer: Plan Forage Production Now

Cows eat every day of the year, so now is the time to start thinking about hay and how to use land that is not fenced nor has water to help feed the cows because those lands may be the difference between keeping or selling cows. More...

Garden Thyme

May Garden Thyme

“Inch by inch, row by row, I’m going to watch my garden grow!” After our lovely three day soaker in mid-April, that little ditty came to mind. More...

News & Reviews

Other People’s Memories

I began this weekly column after I retired from practicing dentistry in July 1995. I clipped and saved every story and have all 780 of them so far under plastic sheets in two scrap books. Occasionally, I like to retell a story from years past. More...